Halloween: I’ll Wear A Leonard Cohen Mask For You

The Leonard Cohen Masked Ball

If you want a lover
I’ll do anything you ask me to
And if you want another kind of love
I’ll wear a mask for you

From “I’m Your Man”
By Leonard Cohen


The Leonard Cohen-Infused Halloween Celebration

Over the years, Cohencentric has accumulated a significant number of items associated with both Leonard Cohen and Halloween (how many other sites offer a Leonard Cohen Halloween category?). So, as the shopping days left until DrHGuy’s birthday dwindle down to a precious few, he traditionally offers readers a Halloween distraction to bind the anxiety generated by the anticipation of the November 1st double holiday: All Saints Day and DrHGuy’s natal celebration.1 If you’ve already purchased and wrapped your birthday gift, feel free to indulge in this year’s Cohencentric Halloween Homage to Leonard Cohen.

This post features the original iteration of the Leonard Cohen Halloween Mask, first posted Halloween 2007.

What better way to celebrate Halloween than to don a genuine, way cool, high quality, do it yourself, Cohencentric certified Leonard Cohen mask?

And, if you order now, you will receive – at no extra charge – the Anjani mask as a bonus.

Update: Anjani responded with this comment:

“Thank you for saving me all that time putting on makeup in the morning”


Printing Instructions:

To print a full size mask on a sheet of US Letter size (8.5in x11in) paper,

  1. Click on the thumbnail of the mask you wish to print
  2. From your browser window, click “File-Print Preview”
  3. Adjust the printing settings to prevent printing of headers and footers
  4. Depending on the browser, turn on “Print Wide Pages” or set the print size at 125%
  5. Click “Print”

Enjoy your trick or treating

I am republishing selected posts from my former Leonard Cohen site, Cohencentric, here on AllanShowalter.com (these posts can be found at Leonard Cohen). The first iteration of this entry was posted Oct 31, 2007 at 1HeckOfAGuy.com.


  1. One who speaks of himself or herself in the third person is, it turns out, an illeist, according to the inevitably reliable Anu Garg at words-at-wordsmith.org. DrHGuy is fascinated by this discovery and hopes you are as well. []

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